MS Supply Chain, Logistics and Innovation
Manage global Supply Chains by value, implement efficient Logistics strategies and manage international flows in the face of technological and managerial innovations
Accredited by the French Conference des Grande Ecole.
The objective of the MS Supply Chain, Logistics and Innovation is to train experts capable of managing global supply chains by value, implementing efficient logistics strategies and managing international flows in the face of technological and managerial innovations.
Nowadays, knowing how to manage logistics operations and a Supply Chain that focuses on the needs of the customer requires an ability to adapt quickly to technological innovations. This programme provides the keys to new methods of managing logistics and global logistics chains.
Assistant Professor in Logistics and Supply Chain Management
The programme of the MS Supply Chain, Logistics and Innovation provides all the essential knowledge in the key areas of Logistics and Operations Management.
Selection based on application file and individual motivation interview.
Please apply via the on-line application procedure.
The programme is open to:
No English language test score is required for students holding a degree from an English-speaking university. For other applicants, language requirements are: TOEIC 790, IELTS 6, TOEFL 83.
Due to the covid-19 situation and the closure of some Exams Centres, we do offer the possibility for the candidate to take a Language Test online, don’t hesitate to contact us for more information : firstname.lastname@example.org.
In order for our students to benefit from optimal learning conditions, places in our programmes are limited. The number of remaining places is reviewed after each admission session. Whenever a cohort is full, admissions for the programme are closed.
The application deadline for the 2020-2021 admission session is 15 July 2020.
In addition to the EM Normandy application form, international candidates must approach their local Campus France office to facilitate the process of obtaining their visa.Once the down payment has been received, the School will help International students with their visa procedures and search for accommodation.
The Logistics and Transport sector is enjoying great momentum and is performing well. While today it already accounts for more than 2 million jobs in France, the market is expected to grow by around 1.5% per year. The constant growth of e-commerce backed up by the associated new technologies and new consumer habits, and the impact of Big Data, are boosting development (green logistics, reverse logistics, last mile logistics) and are compelling companies, and in particular industrial businesses, to rethink their organisation and their systems. New skills are required, such as transversality, with a greater capacity to evolve within an international and multi-cultural environment in which mobility and the ability to bring virtual teams together are the keys to success.
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